We are wishing everyone a safe and *somewhat* sane time during this global pandemic. We have never dealt with anything like this in our lives and we are learning new ways to adapt and stay safe.
We recently created a studio for us to record in so we can continue to put out episodes and get back to a sense of normalcy. We have extra time on our hands so we will be posting new content in addition to new episodes including a new segment of Bri and Josh’s called Chasing Shadows Presents: Horror Movie Funhouse.
Horror Movie Funhouse’s first episode is in response to the movie The Endless produced by A24 and written and directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead. In these segments we will be watching previews to scary movies, making predictions, and discussing the results! For years Bri has talked a big game about how good she is at predicting the plot to horror films, and now we will be keeping track!
As always, we would love to hear from our listeners and are always taking suggestions for topics – now including horror films for our new segment!
The newest episode of Chasing Shadows is out on all platforms! The topic is none other than the legendary blood sucking Chupacabra and whether or not any good evidence actually exists for the creature. Josh, Erik and Robert also look at the Jersey Devil and whether it has any connections to El Chupacabra. Head over to the episode page to listen now!
And for more information about this episode’s Weekly Shadow, check out the Willamette Week article about Bob Filbey and his Bigfoot sightings map.
Boring, Oregon is home to the state’s first Big Foot museum called the North American Bigfoot Center. A specially built ‘life-size’ model of a bigfoot is the prized attraction. Built in Ohio, Murphy is said to be happy to have been relocated to his new home in Oregon.
Cliff Barackman is the man, myth, and bigfoot researcher that is the curator of the North American Bigfoot Center. He worked on Animal Planet’s Finding Bigfoot and traveled around the world in search of the elusive beast.
Fox News Article Shares Details About Upcoming Investigation
In case you are not familiar with the Manson Murders, let us give you a re-cap. In 1969, seven people were murdered by followers of a cult lead by Charles Manson. One of the victims was the pregnant actress Sharon Tate.
Recently, the home in which the murders took place was sold to “Ghost Adventures” host Zak Bagans for almost $2 million. Paranormal investigators Grant Wilson and Mustafa Gatollari from “Ghost Hunters” are hopeful that Bagans does not turn the house into a spectacle and instead is mindful of the tragedies that occurred there.
For more details, check out the full article on Fox News: